Maserati Hearse

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

Here’s a luxurious way to send your loved ones off in an opulent manner. Albeit a bit morose, Ellena decided that since death is one of the few guarantees in life, then why not offer a way to transport the recently deceased to their final resting place in style? Well, their concept Hearse accomplishes just that in their attempt to show that even after you’re gone, you can still turn heads with a choice vehicle.

Built out of a converted Maserati Ghibli, the transporter vehicle was designed by Italian hearse specialist Ellena. It stretches to just under 22-feet and powered by a 3.0-liter diesel V6 with an automatic transmission to suit everyone’s needs. Interior features include an automatic dual-zone climate control, LED interior lighting, several hooks for door wreaths, an automatic opening tailgate and parking sensors that come in handy when trying to maneuver this oversized luxury vehicle. There isn’t any word on pricing though, and due to its morbid nature we’re fairly certain they’re not for individual sale. It does, however, open up possibilities for additional Maserati wagons in the future.

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